My “Essential Reading in Science Fiction” – collection of sci-fi short stories – will be available as a free download from Amazon from 12.01am 9 December 2013 (US Pacific Time): http://www.amazon.com:80/dp/B007KMDW9M
It’s a facility they offer their authors. I understand that the except will be published in issue# 557 in January 2014
Some advance notice that I’ll be making my “For Odin, for Thor, for Asgard” free as an e-book download from Amazon from 12.01am 30 November (US Pacific Time): http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00AHNE27W
The e-book version of my new book “TRATHH and other science fiction stories” is available as a free download from Amazon for the next 4 days: http://www.amazon.com/TRATHH-other-science-fiction-stories-ebook/dp/B00GQY7QOW
The Beam Me Up Podcast site has podcast my short story “The Battle At Time’s End.” The story starts at about 33 minutes 20 seconds into Paul Cole’s overall podcast: http://www.beammeuppodcast.com/beam-me-up-385-battle-at-times-end-david-scholes/
My new sci-fi book is now on Amazon as a paperback (with e-book to follow shortly). Here’s the link: http://www.amazon.com/TRATHH-other-science-fiction-stories/dp/1492844519/ref=la_B002D657LQ_1_6/189-9116756-8406212?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1384316900&sr=1-6
I’m awaiting delivery of the author hard copy of my new book “TRATHH and other science fiction stories” before I can sign off on it and have it placed on Amazon. Hopefully very soon.
In “The Streamers”, aliens detectable only by their manipulation of human emotions and their ability to stream have our best interests at heart. Or do they? In “After the Storm” a Multiverse war pitting the gods and mystical powers against the cosmic powers has led to no winners and few survivors, yet somehow life finds a way.
In “Treldron” an enigmatic alien from an unknowable alternate reality gives a new meaning to courage under fire while in “Forgotten Soldier”, an alien soldier programmed for zero tolerance to crime gets accidentally left on Earth.
In “The Young Old War” the ineffectual middles passively tolerate a world wide trend of increasing violence against the elderly by roaming feral youthpaks while in “Nerdforce” the meetings behind closed doors of a small group of nerds can have consequences beyond our Earth